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June 7, 1902

Medical News.

JAMA. 1902;XXXVIII(23):1521-1524. doi:10.1001/jama.1902.02480230049014

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Van Slyck Dinner.  —The medical men of Pasadena testified to their esteem for Dr. David B. Van Slyck by giving him a banquet on the occasion of his half century of medical life, at which a silver loving-cup was presented to him.

Hospital to be Built.  —Within a few days ground will be broken at San Francisco for St. Mary's Help Hospital. At present only the foundation and one story will be built, as the funds subscribed will not warrant a further outlay. The ultimate intention, however, is to erect a building to cost $250,000.

Injunction in Force.  —The San Francisco Board of Health removed by the Mayor because they held to the truth in the matter of the bubonic plague in San Francisco, will remain in office for a time, at least, as the injunction restraining the new appointees from interfering with the old board has been continued

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